Patients in Derbyshire are being invited to nominate their NHS Heroes, as part of a new scheme to recognise the great work that individuals and teams do every day in the NHS. NHS Heroes was launched in July to coincide with services 64th birthday, and celebrates NHS staff who go the extra mile to improve life for patients – from senior doctors to ancillary staff and managers.
NHS Heroes encourages patients and their families to nominate staff members and teams whose compassion and kindness has made a difference to their lives. Anyone working in the NHS can be nominated, for any reason.
There are now just two weeks left to nominate your NHS Hero, as the closing date for entries is 21 September 2012. Patients, families and carers can nominate by visiting ww.nhsheroes.com.
Lew Hall, Lead Governor, said: “It’s fantastic that Derbyshire Healthcare’s patients across the county are being invited to nominate their NHS Heroes. There are many unsung heroes in the NHS, and mental health services are no exception. Every day staff across the organisation work to improve the experiences of patients and their families, and it’s great to think they will finally be recognised.”